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59 minutes ago, jmr_1602 said:

 

I installed my TI airbox last night

 


That looks AWESOME 

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Well I opened Pandora's Box and found Weber 40 DCOE's and a afr gauge.  Had my youngest ride with me while I read him numbers to write down off the afr gauge. Then checked the timing and was going to change points but I have the wrong one,,duh.

Went through and checked my jets and emulsion tube to see what I got.  Did a little research and found nobody runs the same set up.😕

And so it begins.  

 

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2 hours ago, jmr_1602 said:

I installed my TI airbox last night. Then after stepping back and admiring it I realized I wanted to do some more fine tuning. So, off they go again. 

This was my first time rebuilding a pair of DCOE’s. They were rough when I got them but thought they were worth saving. A matched pair of 45DCOE 15/16’s. I took my time (started almost 2 years ago!) I replaced everything and probably spent more than I should have, but it’s been worth every penny. Learned a lot, and the 02 starts/idles/runs better than it ever did with the Lynx setup. 

 

 

@jmr_1602 How did you connect the DCOE's to the airbox? What did you use for air horns on the DCOE's? Was what you needed to do the connection all part of the Alpina TI setup?

 

thx!

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This was a couple weeks back but I test fitted RS001s. The rims got sent to a three piece rim manufacturer and they're being relipped for an 8" width.

 

This project has to go on hold for me since school is starting again, I'll pick it back up in the winter.

 

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‘73 Chamonix

 

I finally got around to installing the new shift tower isolation bushings and a shortened tower brace. I made a custom mounting tab for the brace from a chunk of angle iron. It seems to have worked out dandy.

 

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I rewrapped the harness that runs from the firewall to the trunk and put it back in place. The fuel tube that runs through the cabin is now in place as well. 


I cleaned up/lubed the parking brake handle and reinstalled it. 
 

Once I finally got around to honing the clutch master cylinder in preparation to rebuild it I was disappointed to find that there are some very deep pits in the bore... of course they’re in the path of travel of one of the plunger seals... oh well. I’ll save it along with the rebuild kit. Perhaps I’ll have the body sleeved some day. 

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Started the install of my black gold refinished dash, I have to say it looks beautiful and I’m very happy and even with the virus they were only two weeks late/behind..

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On 8/27/2020 at 9:32 PM, man_mark_7 said:

 

@jmr_1602 How did you connect the DCOE's to the airbox? What did you use for air horns on the DCOE's? Was what you needed to do the connection all part of the Alpina TI setup?

 

thx!


I have custom stacks. They look exactly like the TI versions but they fit Weber’s. I’m not sure who made them, but they are cast aluminum. 
 

I also have a set of original Tisa stacks, but a previous owner cut out a wedge on one of them to clear the break booster.

 

if you’d like more photos message me and I’ll gather them.  

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Another great day, my son Kane stopped by With his granda red 2002 and he changed his oil and Ed helped/showed him how to adjust the carburetor....this my original 2002 I purchased at 20...

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Looked at sitting in my yard and fumed once again about how long ODMV is taking to get my plates/stickers to me.

Then I washed it, again.

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Saturday Cars and Coffee, was misting so tried wipers no worky. WTF never a problem before. When home took stalk apart and cleaned contacts. Works again yea,,

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I've had a slow leak in one of my tires that was losing around  4 psi per day and then it increased to more like 15 psi a couple of days ago, so I   finally   did something about it. 

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It passed the soapy water test, so I might be able to avoid the hassle of taking it to Les Schwab for a free patch.
(sometimes free just ain't cheap enough)

 

Tom

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33 minutes ago, '76mintgrün'02 said:

taking it to Les Schwab for a free patch.

Don't forget the rubber flavored free popcorn!

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On 7/24/2017 at 8:29 PM, flagoworld said:

 

Eh, I'll get some pix together next update.

If there aren't pics, it didn't happen 😉

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